Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Facing Facts: How facial recognition technology became big business

Facing Facts: How facial recognition technology became big business

Facial recognition is being used for everything from airport security and identity fraud detection to stopping toilet paper thieves. But as the technology becomes ever more pervasive, it raises ethical and legal issues.

Brunch with a punch

Brunch with a punch

This week, liven up your brunch table with recipes from Peter Sztal and Frank Kavanagh from Cloud Picker Café (cloudpickercoffee.ie) in Dublin city centre

Europe's cobbled streets tripping up scooter firms

Europe's cobbled streets tripping up scooter firms

Many of the continent’s oldest capital cities also feature very narrow streets - useful for taking a shortcut on a scooter, but near-impossible to navigation for a scooter company’s collection truck

Johnson opponents step up plans to halt no-deal Brexit

Johnson opponents step up plans to halt no-deal Brexit

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn signalled he would call a vote of no-confidence when the House of Commons returns next month

An Insta-guide to the Gram

An Insta-guide to the Gram

Instagram is one of the most popular web platforms in the world, so here’s how to make it work for you

The secret ingredients to get the best from your team

The secret ingredients to get the best from your team

There is no magic recipe for high-performing work groups, but a few key measures will help

Why a dress code is not always a good look

Why a dress code is not always a good look

While employers have a right to impose a dress code as long as it is not discriminatory, sometimes it makes sense to loosen the rules

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

The board of ESB has appointed a new company secretary. Marie Sinnott joined the company in 1989....

‘If it’s good for your customer, it will be good for your business’

‘If it’s good for your customer, it will be good for your business’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Tim Dooley of Dooley Insurance Group

Wicklow family home with four stables has price tag of €545,000

Wicklow family home with four stables has price tag of €545,000

A substantial dormer residence, Golden Hill in Manor Kilbride, Co Wicklow has stables and a commercial yard

Three-bed Clontarf semi in pristine condition comes to market

Three-bed Clontarf semi in pristine condition comes to market

The 131 square metres of floor space is laid out as a ground floor entrance hall, an open-plan timber-floored living room with wood burning stove, a fully fitted modern kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area with glazed doors to the southwest facing paved patio and garden

Old-world Booterstown pub on market guiding €1.25m

Old-world Booterstown pub on market guiding €1.25m

The Old Punch Bowl Bar and Restaurant being offered on behalf of the O’Rorke family who are retiring from the trade after 40 years

Popular Naas pub fetches €1.14m at auction

Popular Naas pub fetches €1.14m at auction

An estimated 120 people turned out for the auction, conducted by Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town and Country Estate Agents, which opened the bidding at €600,000

Private landlords will ‘flee market’ due to tax policy

Private landlords will ‘flee market’ due to tax policy

Latest figures from the Residential Tenancies Board show tenancies registered by private landlords fell by nearly 6,000 to 307,348 in 2018

Industrial take-up rises but issues remain

Industrial take-up rises but issues remain

In terms of location, the greatest demand this quarter was evenly focused on the south-west (38 per cent) and north-west (36 per cent)